Exhibit 3: He doesn't even know how to eat at McDonald's
Look at this. All his fries gone, while his burger remains unscathed. Dude. You don't eat all your fries before you eat your burger! It messes and mixes your palate up. You need to take two to three bites of one, then switch over.
"Our taste buds are chemical sensors that tire quickly," said clinical psychologist and apparent biting expert Jean Kristeller. "The first few bites of a food taste better than the next few bites, and after a large amount, we may have very little taste experience left at all."
Don't blow your taste load with one food, kid. It's just wrong, Donald. Plain wrong.